People often have varying love languages. Some go for words of affirmation, quality time, physical touch, and giving/receiving gifts. Others show their love to their family and friends through acts of service, including caring and cooking for them.
By cooking meals for your loved ones, you can show that you want them to consume nutritious food to effectively manage and improve their physical health. Or just let them know that you are there to cheer them up when they have a bad day. Often, to comfort them, you would be cooking their favourite food. Most of the time, people’s all-time favourite food includes pizza, pie, cake, and pasta dishes.
Pasta is a dish that is considered one of the most delicious foods of many people of all ages. It is a healthy food that provides proteins, carbohydrates, minerals, and vitamins.
Pasta dishes vary from one place to another; countries have different approaches to making pasta. In Italy, the classic Italian pasta is made with pasta, bacon or other pork belly meat, eggs, and topped with parmesan. In other parts of the world, pasta with creamy or meaty sauces is in high in popularity. It goes the same with pasta partnered with vegetable sauces.
When making a pasta dish, it is vital to look into recipes that your loved ones will see as appetizing and will definitely enjoy. Also, it is crucial to learn what type of pasta works well with a specific kind of sauce or pasta dish.
Learning the different types of pasta and which sauces to partner them with can help you serve better and tastier pasta dishes to your peers and family. Pasta is categorized according to their shapes: spaghetti, fettuccine, and linguine, belong to the long pasta category, and are often partnered with creamy sauces; penne, macaroni, rigatoni, farfalle, and fusilli are pasta types shaped in tubes that are served with heavy sauces; lasagne pasta is a type of sheet pasta that is best used in oven-baked dishes; and, ravioli is a type of stuffed pasta that usually is topped with sauce, served in soups, or just drizzled with olive oil.
For more information about the common pasta types and the dishes they can be used in, read this infographic from Cirelli & Co, an Italian restaurant serving exquisite Italian wines, pasta, and pizza in Brunswick.